Skip to main content

About your Search

20130801
20130831
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6
to dublin, new hampshire. this is a fundraiser with texas senator ted cruz, one of the candidates we might see run for president in 2016. the chair of the new hampshire gop will introduce senator kelly ontte, and then we will move to ted cruz's remarks. tos is part of c-span's road the white house coverage, starting with music i a local singing group. group. local singing ♪ ♪ america, blow the trumpet of freedom lying down in unity one nation unto god in liberty against the odds we will stand for freedom america ♪ ♪ ♪ let it resound through golden plains from sea to sea and over the purple mountains majesty let it rise above the sea landghout the lambda-- the and be the heartbeat of every man america blow the trumpet of freedom no stopping now we will charge on today might we join ourselves in unity one nation unto god in liberty against the odds we will stand for freedom america ♪ ♪ ♪ [applause] >> thank you so -- is this on? thank you so much. can you help me one more time? what a beautiful, beautiful job. beautiful. horne, is jennifer chairman of the new hampshire republ
bombing, and the fertilizer plant explosion in west texas are examples. what you see in the slide represents what emergency response rings to these disasters. represented in the and planningdards document. with superstorm sandy, we heard about many of the responses. local health departments experienced their share of challenges. were challenging. they had to coordinate in some of the hardest hit areas of the , making sure they had food, water, and life-saving , and working alongside hospitals that need to before and after the storm. in new jersey health officials partnered to provide emergency services for residents and activated volunteers to take care of the welfare of those affected by the storm. not seen it, go to many lessons were learned from hurricane sandy. most important is the need to coordinate so no community goes unassisted. another thing was the importance of understanding the role media and how in disaster local organizations need to be able to meet the needs of their communities and the response. the boston marathon bombing in april involves the health and the emer
.m. eastern. in a few moments, former texas ul speaking onn pa personal liberties and the role of government. then q and a with williams still. he talks about highlights from the first half of first ladies. after that, i never chance to see the major events in british politics courtesy of bbc parliament. >> on the next washington discussesong michael child prostitution ring that stretched across 76 cities including chicago and oklahoma city. lawr that, the healthcare and the impact on insurance rates. will discuss in the amount of money the pentagon spends on generals and admirals. oh that was your phone calls e- mails and tweets on washington journal live at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. >> i been pushing for this indiscriminate that we would move legislation, it is big and it is complicated. it means different things for different people. we need to get this done. as hard as it is for me to say the house is done something right. they are fine. they need to pass some of this. we ought to look at what they did. and certainly if you want to take a stab of doing our own thing. that is great. we
david. congresswoman sheila jackson-lee of texas. two is a little less than hours. >> good evening. thank you all for coming this evening on this friday night in chicago. how are you? you have a member -- a battle? we welcome you to the town hall of the national summit on urban violence here in chicago state university. first i would like to introduce dr. wayne watson to give you some greetings and welcome you to the university. [applause] >> good evening. we can never acknowledge and thank those who have the courage to have vision and the courage to bring it forth, we can never acknowledge and thank them too much. our congressional black caucus, let us applaud and acknowledge them. [applause] by mother used to always say, let me smell the roses while i am here. you know, two things. one, a question was asked earlier, what are we going to do? are we going to come up with new money? new money to solve the problems? chicago state university, we are stepping up and we have stepped up for the last year now. we have established what is called an interdisciplinary institutes for urban so
company based in dallas, texas. we are going to make faith and amily films. e are going to go out and make aith and family films and give you, the american public, the tools to go out and change the culture. to bring people in and reaffirm their values to show the truth. for 1900 years, the greatest creators of art were people in and around the church. the great music, the great sculptors, the great painters, all visual arts as well as musical arts were all in and around the church. but in the last 100 years, the worst art has been coming out of the church. you want to see films, you see the inferior production to see something that reaffirms your values. as i do my job now, i say to you, can't we make god beautiful? why can't we tell the truth, the good, and the beautiful in a way that is compelling and ntertaining and inspiring? that is my mission. i'm going to stay involved and be involved in politics to shape this debate. if we are going to be successful, as a party and more importantly in this country, we need to have a revitalized culture. we need to engage in it. that is where you c
moments to do what was best for this country. that's when we saw to quote former texas congresswoman barbara jordan, an america as good as its promise. our country has always been a place of promise. my slovenian grandfather worked 1500 feet under the ground in the mines in minnesota. he never graduated from high school. he saved money in a coffee can to send my dad to college. my dad went on to get a degree from a community college in northern minnesota and went to the university of minnesota at got his journalism degree. he went from that mining town to interview everyone from mike ditka to ronald reagan, to ginger rogers. my mom taught 2nd grade until she was 70 years old. and today i stand before you as the grand daughter of an iron ore miner and the daughter of a newspaper man and the teacher and the first woman elected to the united states senate from the state of minnesota. that's america. my parents and grandparents instilled in me the midwestern values, the same values that you pass on to your children -- family and faith, humility and hardwork. and they taught me to live wi
Search Results 0 to 5 of about 6